Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Cookie Swap

12/31 UPDATE: Finally - the recipes are all attached. I had a little trouble uploading all the recipes and ended up doing them one at a time. Oh well, I know you all will enjoy them and start soem baking for friends and family. Thatthought warms my heart. A happy New Year to All.

12/30/09 UPDATE: trying to upload the recipes attached next to the photo. Am having technical difficulties but will keep trying.............

Ya think I had some fun lately? Yup, I really did. Altho I have dairy allergies, I sure enjoy this event. If you haven't guessed, this is a annual Cookie Swap last weekend. This year, we all got recipe boxes to decorate and also hold our recipes. Wow - there were 16 participants and waaay more cookies than we could count.....see all the cookies.....hope I can name them all. My completed recipe box here:
Here's the cute little Gingerbread Boy in the corner. I decided to put the invitation on the inside of the lid.

I made Rice Krispi Sushi - I also made a box for the receipes:

Poppyseed Cookies

Cranberry Lemon Cookies

Chocolate Crackles
Chocolate Black Pepper Cookies

Pecan Tarts

Ice Box Cookies

Glutten Free Chocolate Fudge Cookies
Sesame Coconut Cookies

Rum Balls
Candy Bark

Chocolate Capaccino Cookies
Peppermint Pinwheel Cookies

Gingerbread Cookies
Crunchy P-Nut Butter Balls
Lemon Snowflake Cookies

Death by Caramel Bars

Jill's No Bake Cookies
Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies

Carmel Bars (oops, no recipe)

Chocolate Pecan Brownie Cupcakes
New York Style Black & Whites

Flourless P-Nut Butter Cookies
Peppermint capped Chocolate Meranges (oops, no recipe here, too)

This was the MOST fun time to spend with friends. If you have never participated in a cookie exchange, start one of your own and soon you will have a box full of recipes that you have tried, too. I love this annual activity and look forward to it every year.

Happy Holidays to all of you!!!! After seeing all these fabulous cookies, you may need something to drink.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have to let you know that I love your Blog!!!! Any possibility of getting a copy of all the recipes if I paid for the postage???
Michelle Mallett
1409 Meander Dr
Naperville, IL 60565
Merry Christmas!

Sue said...

Yum! Everything looks delicious. I agree with Michelle, can you post the recipes or make them available somewhere? I would love the recipe for the gluten free chocolate cookies for my cousin.

Ellen Kemper said...

Forget the recipes. Can you send me some of those cookies? Oh WOW they look delicious!

Your recipe box and cookie photography are wonderful!

I think I'll go have something sweet for breakfast now.

Jillisgram said...

All the cookies look fantastic, but the recipe I would like most of all is the rice crispy sushi recipe. My grandchildren would love that! Merry Christmas and thank you for your blog and all the fun things you show us all year long! Val from IL

Whimcees said...

Hi Patti!

This was a wonderful cookie exchange! So many different kinds of cookies, so much fun!

I also love your projects! You continue to create such great things!

If you have the recipe to share for the no flour peanut butter cookies I would love to know how to make them! :<)

I want to wish you a wonderful and happy Christmas with your family. I hope the new year brings you much joy and happiness! I look forward to seeing all that you will be making over the next year! :<)

Barbara Diane

DeeDee said...

Yummo!..yours had way more variety than mine...we got lots of oatmeal ones...you gonna share some recipoes with us..some of them look so yummy...and mouth watering..so glad you have such a fun event to attend and look forward too...happy holidays

Jessyca said...

Merry Xmas~~ HOHOHO ^^

bakerbabe said...

WOW! Every single one of these cookies are beautiful. You had some great bakers in that group. Thank you for showing. Julie

Anonymous said...

Oh, WOW, those sure look delicious. I agree with the others, please post the recipes. I love what you did with the recipe box. Merry Christmas to you and yours

Kristine said...

My husband hid (yes HID!) my box of chocolates and now I see your blog with all the goodies. It's gonna be hard to be good for Santa! :-) Thanks for the wonderful ideas. I need to do some sort of recipe swap with my ladies. Did you make the box for all of them or did they make their own? Where did you get the boxes?

Whitney Richardson said...

Girl you are amazing!! You got everything done I had intended to do. It is beautiful. Oh you will be soo blessed.MY husband had an accident and had to have emergency surgery on his hand so I had to omit some Holiday rituals this year. So I have enjoyed seeing your beautiful creations!! Merry christmas!
Love
whitney

Kriss said...

Love your blog! The cookies looked wonderful:) I too, along with everyone else, would love to see the recipes. The rice crispy sushi looked wonderful and I think would be fun to try. Thanks for sharing your talent with the world!!!

loni.sue said...

Recipes, please? Especially for Rice Krispy Sushi. What an adorable cookie! I want to do that next year. I can make out the ingredients from the photo, but directions are somewhat blocked. Pretty puleeeeeeze?

Anonymous said...

As with other posters, can we have recipes please?!?! These look absolutely wonderful!

Barbra Byrnes aka kamperstampr said...

ahhhhhhhhhh what a wonderful assortment of goodies for the holidays. They all look so pretty. I too would LOVE a copy of the recipes. Would be happy to pay for them. Happy Holidays.